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Flowserve global supply chain partners span more than 100 countries. Suppliers range from small family run businesses to multi-billion dollar conglomerates. All of our partners are required to obey local laws that provide a safe and healthy work environment.  We expect our suppliers to: 

  • Operate in a Safe and Healthy environment
  • Comply with Flowserve's Supplier Code of Business Conduct
  • Maintain operations that are reliable and competitive
  • Produce sustainable, high quality goods and services
  • Support long life-cycle products and systems

Supplier Code of Business Conduct

Flowserve culture is centered on ethics, integrity and trust. Our values drive how we treat each other, our customers, suppliers, partners and even our competitors. By combining uncompromising character, transparent business behavior, mutual respect, and world-class products and services, we seek to build an enduring culture that creates satisfied customers, engaged employees and sustainable, profitable growth.
Access the Supplier Code of Business Conduct

Supplier Quality

We are committed to providing quality service and products which meet or exceed the expectations of our customers and regulatory requirements supported through the use of CIP.
Access the 2014 Flowserve Quality Statement

Supplier Diversity

At Flowserve, we understand the value small businesses can bring and how utilization of such businesses can benefit everyone. Partnering with small businesses supports our local communities while at the same time enhancing our product and service commitments to our customers.
Access the Flowserve Small Business Policy Document

Other Supplier Resources

Conflict Minerals Policy
We support the objectives and intent of U.S. Conflict Minerals legislation and will fulfill its SEC reporting requirements.
Access the Conflict Minerals Policy

California Transparency in Supply Chains Act
The State of California requires manufacturers doing business in the state to disclose their efforts to eradicate human trafficking and slavery from their direct supply chains.
Access the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act

Supplier Tax Forms
Flowserve requires that all US vendors provide a Form W-9 and all non-US (foreign) vendors provide a Form W-8. New IRS reporting requirements are making it mandatory to determine if a vendor is US or foreign (Non-US) in order to identify income earned in the US.  The purpose of this law is to detect, deter and discourage offshore tax evasion by US citizens or residents who are directly investing outside the US or indirectly earning income inside or outside the US through a non-US entity. This impacts all withholding agents in all countries and a thirty percent withholding tax can be imposed on undocumented account holders and non-compliant foreign entities. In response to this, Flowserve now requires that all US vendors provide a Form W-9 and all non-US (foreign) vendors provide a Form W-8.

  • U.S. VendorsThis information relates to domestic vendors, with a U.S. permanent establishment or address. These vendors generally file US tax returns.
  • Non-U.S./Foreign VendorsThis information relates to foreign vendors, with a permanent establishment of address outside of the U.S.


Contact Information

For supplier questions and inquiries, please contact us.